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correspondent joins us now from there. a new networker which potentially seems to threaten rupert murdoch's business empire. >> it is. let's begin by having a look at the paper itself. telegraph."daily you can see kevin rudd to rest up here as colonel klink and on the other side, sergeant sch ultz, that is the deputy prime minister. this german theme was picked up on by this newspaper because he was seen having a drink in a bavarian style tavern in australia with another member of the labour party who has been investigated on various corruption allegations. but you are right, i think the row, or at least what mr. rudd is saying is mr. murdoch intervened so decisively really because he is concerned about plans for a national broadband network -- in other words, improving internet access -- and that is something that could have implications for mr. foxtel cablen network. the second time in a week we have had headlines like this. i want to show you another one for monday. the first day of the campaign. kevin rudd thomas kicked thismob out -- kevin rudd, kick out.mob >> thank you very much.
to certain places. charles haviland, bbc news. >> let's get the very latest from charles who joins us from there. base for several al qaeda-linked extremist groups. is an al qaeda and taliban presence in many parts of pakistan. lahore has certainly reeled under militant attacks several times in the past few years, not so much recently, but they have reached -- they reached their zenith in 2010-2011. scores of people kled in different types of attacks, sometimes sectarian attacks, victimizing the shia population of pakistan, sometimes attacks sometimesfi tribes, in areas popular with forests -- tourists. yes, pakistan second-biggest city. the u.s. is clearly worried about what it calls a specific threat, but it is not explaining what that means. >> how long will the consulate be closed for, do we know? >> u.s. officials have been asked about this, and they are saying, we really do not know. as is interesting because pakistan was not included in the list of mainly muslim countries in which the u.s. diplomatic missions were closed starting from last sunday. is notsion in islamabad open today
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. if not, and the police force has to use the authority that it is mandated to use in accordance with the law, then they will do so. some manning the barricades were getting supplies industry- leading goggles and gas masks in case tear gas is used against them. the muslim brotherhood is warning there could be disastrous consequences. if the camps are cleared or surrounded. , there is palpable tension in the city, which has sincey seen 250 killed the former president morsi was removed last month. james, i imagine many of the pictures we have seen, supporters in jubilant spirits, not often the pictures we have seen out there. >> no, i spent a lot of the night from 3:00 in the morning until about 6:00 in the morning atr the mosque at the cap -- the encampment of pro-morsi supporters. the atmosphere i found there was reasonably relaxed. there were speakers continuing to try to motivate the crowd, but i also saw a lot of people trying to catch asleep at 4:00 in the morning. byer people were standing sandbags, saying they would never leave the camp until their president, president mors
minister. he joins me from jerusalem. thank you very much for joining us on gmt today. the announcement of more settler homes, this could well inflame tensions ahead of the peace talks. do you think this was the intention? >> i do not know whether the intention is to inflame the situation, but it shows very much about the occupation of the current israeli government. it is not by accident that the netanyahu administration prefers to release prisoners rather than to commit himself to the 1967 borders as a reference point for the next the gauche nations on the permanent solution. they decided this date to build more housing units, and it shows very much about his intentions. this is his ideology. he is a very hawkish leader of israel. he has a very hawkish coalition, which created prospects for success. >> there is also the suggestion that israel has made the talks almost a smokescreen to build more settlements. what do you make of that accusation? >> actually, what you could say government,rightist which opposed the oslo agreement 20 years ago, are those who are keeping the oslo agreemen
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